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7th Pay Commission Latest News 2016: The Central government employees will be happy as India 7th (Seventh) Pay Commission likely to recommend pay hike up to 30% or even more as per news hear from sources.  Also there is 5 to 6% increment on performance-based every year, HRA (House Rent Allowance) could be hiked by 10% to 30%, Education allowance and those who are under performing could retire by 55 years of age or after 30 years of service by VRS mode.  The Seventh (7th) Pay Commission's recommendations will be implemented from January 1, 2016 through India as committee report going to submit soon to FM. Further information of 7th Pay Commission India regarding wage hike, salary calculator, increments etc is mentioned below………………..
Alerts Dated 29 June 2016:7th Pay Commission recommendations now approved by PM Narendra Modi-led cabinet today and it’s a news that will greatly cheer one crore government employees! The acceptance of 7th Pay Commission recommendations will also be a big boost for consumption demand in the economy. The government has approved a minimum pay hike of 20% and a maximum of 25%. The 7th Pay Commission’s recommendations are effective from January 1, 2016.....
The implementation of much awaited Seventh Pay Commission soon to become a reality as the Cabinet is expected to approve it in next 15 days. The Empowered Committee of Secretaries headed by P K Sinha held a meeting on Tuesday in which it has recommended 30 per cent more than the basic salary proposed by the pay panel in its November report.7th CPC recommendations and Charter of Demands — Reg NJCA National Joint Council of Action 4, State Entry Road, New Delhi — 110055 No.NJC/2016/7th CPC March 7, 2016 To Cabinet Secretary, Government of India & Chairman, National Council/JCM Subject:- 7th CPC recommendations and Charter of Demands. Central staff salaries may go up by 23%, Pension up by 24% and virtual OROP for civilians is given by panel suggestions in report submit to Finance Minister Arun Jaitely in New Delhi.........................
The 7th Pay commission recommends a 24% hike in salary levels of central government employees which implies an incremental delta in salaries of approximately Rs. 1022bn (0.65% of the GDP). 
7thCPC if implemented has a potential to see the following demand trends:
 A) Premiumization across categories
 B) Consumer discretionary spends
Auto
Housing
Media and Entertainment
Leisure Travel
Healthcare
Consumer durables
C) Retail Banking and Financial services
 For details, refer the attached note: 7th Pay Commission Report - Initial Thoughts
Latest news of 7th Pay Commissions India Salary Features:
According to Mint report, as a result of the recommendations of the Sixth (06th) Pay Commission, pay and allowances of Union government employees became more than doubled between 2007-2008 and 2011 from Rs.74,647 crore to Rs.166,792 crore. The Department of Personnel and Training will examine the recommendations and consult the Finance Ministry so its term was extended by 04 months till December 31, 2015 to give its recommendations on revising emoluments for nearly 48 lakh central government employees and 55 lakh pensioners. The Commission, whose recommendations may also have a bearing on the salaries of the state government staff, was given more time by the Union Cabinet just a day before its original 18-month term was to end. “Justice AK Mathur”, the Commission was appointed by the previous UPA government in February 2014…...Recently in August 2015, the government had extended Commission's term by another four months till December 31 to give recommendations.

"The Commission is ready with recommendations and the report will be submitted soon," according to sources………..

The Commission, whose recommendations may also have a bearing on the salaries of the state government staff, was given more time by the Union cabinet just a day before its original 18-month term was coming to an end.

Headed by justice A K Mathur, the Commission was appointed in February 2014 and its recommendations are scheduled to take effect from 1stJanuary 2016.

About Pay Commission: The government of India constitutes the Pay Commission almost every 10 years to revise the pay scale of its employees and often these are adopted by states after some modifications. As part of the exercise, the Commission holds discussions with various stakeholders, including organizations, federations and groups representing civil employees as well as Defence services. Meena Agarwal is Secretary of the Commission. Other members of the commission are Vivek Rae, a retired IAS officer of 1978 batch and Rathin Roy, an economist.

The 6th Pay Commission was implemented with effect from January 1, 2006, the fifth from January 1, 1996 and the fourth from January 1, 1986. 7th Pay Commission is ready with its recommendations on revising emoluments for nearly 48 lakh central government employees and 55 lakh pensioners, and will soon submit report to the finance ministry.
The government constitutes the Pay Commission almost every 10 years to revise the pay scale of its employees and often states also implement the panel's recommendations after some modifications.

As part of the exercise, the Commission holds discussions with various stakeholders, including organizations, federations, groups representing civil employees as well as defence services.

Its recommendations’ impact need not give us jitters because the rise in government wages will amount to only 0.8 per cent of GDP. The report of the Seventh Pay Commission (SPC) is set to be announced soon. The new pay scales will be applicable to Central government employees with effect from January 2016…
>> The annual increment in the Central government is 3 per cent. Adding dearness allowance increases of around 5 per cent, we get an annual revision of 8 per cent. This is not good enough, because pay at the top in the private sector has increased exponentially.

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